Tunis: A City of Brilliant White & Cobalt Blue

Crowdywendy's Traveler Profile

I have traveled to 13 countries, posted 1,887 pictures and written 168 entries in 5 travel blogs
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Crowdy Head, New South Wales, Australia,
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Member Since
Feb 16, 2009

About Crowdywendy

Retired - formerly microbiologist, senior management positions with NSW Agriculture, Executive Director, Australasian Agribusiness Association
Favourite music
Smooth music to drive with.
London, England
Favourite movie
Lawrence of Arabia - Version 1
Favourite quote
"Shit or Get Off the Pot"
Interests and hobbies
Travelling, Writing, Gardening, Fishing, Cooking and Our Cats.
One thing I want to do before I die
Live life to its fullest!
Favourite book
Right Now: "The Carpet Wars" by Christopher Kremmer
My friends describe me as
Stark raving mad. At the best "Over the Top".
The most amazing moment in my life so far
The absolute ehuphoria of gazing at eleven of the highest peaks in the world during a brilliant dawn from Eagle's Nest in the charming little farming village of Duikar, Hunza District, Gilgit-Baltistan, North Pakistan.

Recent Entries by Crowdywendy

  • In order to better appreciate the historical sites we saw in Tunsia and to enhance an understanding of the rich historical fabric of this tiny country, I am providing a brief timeline of the ancien...

  • Tunis looked like a city made of chalk and cobalt. From our hotel balcony the predominantly low rise city shimmered in an early African sun, stretching in an immense chalky white arc along the bril...

  • Carmelo, as usual was on time to pick us up from our hotel and drive us to Palermo Airport where we would be boarding our Tunisair flight TU 1759 to the International Carthage Airport, Tunis. W...

Travel Blogs by Crowdywendy

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